After Gazelle put a call out for the weirdest broken phone stories, the gems started rolling in. The top reasons for a broken phone include dropping it (30%) and water damage (13%), with "other"...
It's easy to assume that many iPhone users will profess their love for their smartphone when asked. These iPhone relationships are created out of the vigorous daily iPhone usage for everything from phone calls to e-mail and...
Gazelle recently did a study on the geographic location of broken cell phone shipments (mainly iPhones) they have received from their customers, then reported that data based on the top metropolitan areas that had the highest...
At an event in New York, BlackBerry unveiled the BlackBerry Classic, its newest smartphone device catering to a business and professional user base.
Most apps serve some sort of purpose, others don't. Here are five of the best weird apps that are so strange you might not even believe that they're real.
A job advertisement seeking a senior designer is all the proof that exists so far, but it looks like Bose could be developing a music streaming service.
Thinking about getting your little one a tablet? There are hundreds of models designed with kids and mind, and here are four top contenders.
Lenovo just released a new, budget-friendly smartphone, referred to as the Music Lemon K3. The bright yellow device is only available in China as of now.
Say good-bye to being late for work all because of the long line at the cafe. Now, Starbucks is updating its app to include a pre-order option.
Although a lot of eyes are focused on the upcoming Apple Watch, there are other wearable devices showing up on consumers's radars, including the Moto 360.
Technological advancements are allowing manufacturers to deliver new consumer experience. Here are five of the most interesting connected devices.
Gazelle has unveiled a new online storefront that allows consumers to purchase pre-owned iPhones and iPads directly, with no contracts to sign.
With major brands investing heavily in wearable tech, it is unquestionable that wearable devices are a growing industry. Here's what the future may hold: